Getting Back on Your Feet After Hospitalization or as a Result of Long-Term Illness
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After being hospitalized for a while or after battling a long-term illness, you may notice a decline in bodily functions. It may include a decline in walking, difficulty getting up and downstairs, an increase in falling, and just a general loss of independence. This is also incredibly common as a person gets older and has less control over their body. If you or a loved one is struggling to get back on your feet, Dr. Antoine Geffrard at RMS Consultations in Southfield, MI, can help get you a diagnosis and help you regain control over your life.

What a Consultation Can Do for You

Your physician at RMS Consultations can help you figure out what the best route for recovery is after hospitalization or after battling a long-term illness by sitting down and discussing what will work best with your lifestyle. Your doctor will go over what your current medications are, your medical history, and will ask you questions pertaining to your lifestyle. Once all of that is discussed, your doctor will begin to prepare a treatment plan that will work best for you. After a consultation with Dr. Geffrard, a diagnosis can be made, and appropriate therapies will be recommended for you. Your doctor can set you up with references for treatments and interventions that can reverse the decline in mobility and hopefully, over time you will regain control over your body and improve your overall quality of life.

Your doctor may also ask you to make some lifestyle changes, such as exercise and physical therapy to improve your well-being and improve your health along the way.

Contact Your Physician Today

If you’re suffering after a recent hospitalization or after struggling with a long-term illness, contact Dr. Antoine Geffrard at RMS Consultations in Southfield, MI, today to ask any questions and set up a consultation. Call (248) 663-5353 today!

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